The PSP Remaster series for PlayStation 3 will be porting select portable game titles to the PS3 in high definition Blu-Ray flavor and some with new add-on content plus stereoscopic 3D support. Gamers will also be able to share game save data between the two platforms. Sony and Studios want to charge for what are essentially the same games you already own. The fist PSP Remaster title announced is Monster Hunter Portable 3D. For more details read the press release and dont forget to look at the video
Hyperkins remote for PS3 helps you to get back into action with its hybrid remote/ controller / chatpad. It features a slide out remote panel, QWERTY keypad, and two analog nubs with near complete set of gaming controls. No sign of rear triggers, and Bluetooth connectivity. It comes with wireless USB receiver and rechargeable battery. The DualShock3 should have much to worry about, when the remote is officially showcased. No words on pricing and availability yet. For more details read the press release
The MP3 Car has a pretty slick and affordable solution to the problem of fumbling with your iPhone when you focusing on road. Mimics is an in-car solution that transmits the contents of your device to the touchscreen display of your vehicles dash, lets you to listen music, use GPS, take calls, and check email without having direct deal with your phone. It is now available for pre-order $630 for full version and $530 for who have double DIN sized ratio openings in their cars, $205 for hobbyists who wants to put the thing together. Dont forget to look at the video.
We just told you about the Welcome Back package from Sony, now our first indication of when the PlayStation Store will finally return to PS3 and PSP users. According to memo reportedly sent by Sony to its publishing partners and obtained by Gamasutra, the store is set to return on May 24th. They bring it with a backlog of new games and other content that should be released by now, those will be released in stages over the following weeks.
It may have been long ago that eclipsed by the DSi and 3DS, but the svelte portable system is still being made. The bootleg picked up a 1UP editor though he was getting the real deal from eBay. The thing arrived in a corrugated cordboard box with pixelated text, it is clear that he had been KIRFed hardcore. The portable has some minor cosmetic flaws, discoloration, a pockmarked surface, and uneven rubber pads. It plays DS and GBA games, including fittingly, pirated titles. The Police have called in him for questioning.
GameCube Fusion is a hand-built portable, plays titles from SD card through both WiiKey and Gecko, offers full controls on board plus an external controller port, all kept cool by laptop sourced fan that sounds powerful to make the thing hover, F-Zero-style. It is smaller than 2009s NCube, but omitting the battery pack is the thing, means you cant travel with it. It is revealed in the 12 minutes video, dont forget to check the video.
The system this week reintroduced to the world as Apple-esque iSec (Sports Entertainment Center), highlighting centric approach to gaming, with martial arts, skateboarding, and good-old fashioned monster fighting titles having already been demoed. The console will also support wireless controllers of some sort, for those sick of all pesky exercise. The iSec is set to hit China at some point in the second half of this year, though the company has no international sales plan at least until they move million units domestically. The iSec is not having any official competition, since Wii, Xbox, and PS3 are not legally available in China.
The team at Gibrew.org have returned Linux to cell based gaming console with otherOS++, it features number of benefits over Sonys official stab supporting other operating systems. Linux is no longer relegated to a performance-degrading virtual machine has full access to PS3 hardware, it works on both old school fat and slim ones. This install is not for the faint of heart, and some other old models that use NAND flash instead of VFLASH are not compatible. You can download and install this by clicking on the source link.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata addressed the Vitality Sensors conspicuous absence during a financial presentation, chalking the delay up to differences in biological information in humans. The peripheral is still coming, according to Iwata, but it wont be released until the company can make it work well with 99 percent of consumers a tall order indeed.
I Heart Chaos reports that Cranberryzeros next logical step after purchasing Nintendo 3DS was head down to Blue Flame Tattoo in Raleigh, NC to have gaming systems augmented reality card permanently on his arm. BSZ, he prefers to himself on the blog, was kind enough to share the video of the finished product. Dont forget to check out the video.
AMD now debuted its new desktop level Radeon E6760 discrete GPU, it features both Open CL Support and Eyefinity enhanced support for no less than six independent displays. AMD also notes that the GPU can be paired with its upcoming Llano APU for some additional graphics and parallel computing power, while it might not wind up in many consumer devices, as the company says it is ideal for everything from casino games to medical imaging. For more details read the press release.
With Sony PSN was targeted by an unknown hacker, Sony admitted after a week of silence that users personal information has been compromised. Now an interesting move was made by Sony to get back its loyal user base. In the official FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) released in the event of the current outage, Sony sheds a bit of light about refunding money to the users.